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Big Idea Ventures Announced Their Investment in Prosel Biosciences

Big Idea Ventures recently publicly announced their investment in Prosel Biosciences. Prosel was one of seventeen early-stage startups that were selected for pre-seed investment as part of Big Idea Ventures’ bi-annual accelerator program. The goal of Big Idea Ventures is to solve the world’s biggest challenges by supporting the world’s best entrepreneurs. They are a
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Garrett Kenyon Recently Featured In Science

Garrett Kenyon Recently Featured In Science Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico Consortium scientist Garrett Kenyon was recently featured in the Science article “Learning Curve” by Robert F. Service. Much artificial intelligence in use today, such as Alexa’s voice recognition or credit card fraud detection, uses deep learning where the software learns by going
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Aurorasaurus Project Celebrates 10 Years!

Aurorasaurus Project Celebrates 10 Years! The Aurorasaurus Project is celebrating 10 years and is going strong! Aurorasaurus, led by Dr. Liz MacDonald, is the first citizen science project that aggregates sightings of the Northern and Southern Lights in order to improve real-time tracking and understanding of these beautiful phenomena. The Aurorasaurus project allows the public
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Postdoc Orlando Schwery Presents at Entomology Annual Meeting

Postdoc Orlando Schwery Presents at Entomology Annual Meeting Orlando Schwery, a Postdoc in Emma Goldberg’s Lab at the New Mexico Consortium and Visiting Scholar at the University of Idaho, recently presented his work at the 2021 Entomology Annual Meeting which was held in Denver, CO from October 31-November 3, 2021. The Entomological Society of America
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Perelson Studies Effects of Antiviral Drugs on COVID-19

Alan S. Perelson, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, and colleagues recently published their work, Detection of significant antiviral drug effects on COVID-19 with reasonable sample sizes in randomized controlled trials: A modeling study in PLOS. It is a global health priority to develop an effective antiviral drug for the
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NMC Highlights PhD Student Stephanie Getto

NMC Student Highlight: PhD Student Stephanie Getto Stephanie Getto is a first year PhD student at New Mexico State University, in the Molecular Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences program. She is currently in the beginning stages of developing research questions relevant to her field and is under the mentorship of Dr. Alina Corcoran. Stephanie assists
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